This is a caricature study of a good friend and fellow artist Ugo Cei. I met Ugo on Google+ in the beta testing days where he is very active with his photography work. Check out some samples of Ugo's work below as well as a short interview.
Firstly, can you tell me a bit about yourself. Why did you get into photography to begin with?
I was almost always interested in photography, but it was the advent of digital that made me really dig into it. I am a computer expert and find digital infinitely more convenient than analog.
What style of photographs do you shoot?
What type of photography do you enjoy shooting most?
How did you come to find your own particular style?
What style? ;)
Photography is often considered separate from other forms of Art. Perhaps because we are often capturing or recording something that already exists. What are your thoughts? Would you consider yourself an artist?
What area of photography do you struggle with most?
If you had €1000 to spend right now on something photography related, what do you think would be the best way to spend it to enable you to improve?
Ugo Cei is a travel, landscape and fine art photographer from Italy.
A geek at heart, he loves the technical aspects of digital photography and understanding what goes inside the machine.
His clients include Architectural Digest, Condé Nast Traveler, and Alitalia.
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day and be inspired!